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Amazing , but tough

This is an attraction fot those that are in a reasonable good shape. You climb and climb and then... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Tor Steinar E
Kristiansand, Norway
Hard work, but worth it

We (me, my wife, and sister), all in our early 60's and in decent shape, hiked this in mid-June... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Dave B
Durham, Connecticut
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Reviewed yesterday

This is an attraction fot those that are in a reasonable good shape. You climb and climb and then you go down and up , down and up. Its a tough trip but all in our gruop meant its was worth every effort that was...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

We (me, my wife, and sister), all in our early 60's and in decent shape, hiked this in mid-June 2018. We drove there from southern Norway (Farsund) and it took us about 2.5 hours to make the 100 mile trek. The roads there were mostly...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Kjerag is an amazing hike. You can park at Ørneredet and walk from there. I recommend everyone to take a close look at the terrain, to be well prepared for the hike. The first hill is very steep. Enjoy!

Thank june_lien1
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We hiked Kjeragbolten in mid June. Definitely be cautious about the weather. We scoured the forecast and had a window, though it had been raining for days previously and rained after. With the steepness of the first few inclines, I wouldn't attempt in heavy rain....More

1  Thank Kate C
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

We arrived at Kjerag on 4 June around 8 00 am, there are three steep inclines on this trek, the first of which is right at the start, it’s a challenging walk but any walker with a reasonable level of fitness should be ok. There...More

2  Thank jaytee27
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Easy walking hiking trip (maybe for 3 or 4 hours). Beautiful nature scenery at the end of the trip. Popular place to visit that's why there can crowd of people.

Thank larianna_x
Reviewed 5 June 2018

The 5 km hike to Kjerag and Kjeragbolten is amazing. A bit challenging on some steeper sections but great views and the end resulting photo (if you dare!) is awesome. Watch for snow on some sections. It is best done in good weather, super slippery...More

1  Thank Neil H
Reviewed 3 June 2018 via mobile

Not your average hike that we are used to in Australia. It’s tough but not to tough. Be prepared to be using chains to pull yourself up boulders and if your short like me even getting on your hands to climb up in some places....More

1  Thank Vanessa B
Reviewed 27 March 2018

The Kjerag hike was two and a half days long expedition. Taking the ferry through the entire Lycefjord (42 km or roughly 27 miles) was a special treat in its own! After that we drove up the zig-zagy road to the parking lot of the...More

1  Thank Alexander V
Reviewed 15 March 2018

My daughter and I hiked Kjerag. Definitely worth the effort. We arrived early (around 8) and there were still a lot of people, but not near as many as were coming up on our hike down. I recommend arriving as early as possible to beat...More

2  Thank sherylselivanoff
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4 July 2018|
Response from sherylselivanoff | Reviewed this property |
There are some challenging spots where you have to hang onto a chain to pull yourself up the vertical rock faces. There are steep areas and up and down a lot. The trail goes along the edge of high cliffs in spots. The... More
Yolanda P
9 April 2018|
Response from carol18ga |
Hi yolanda, I just did the three hikes from June 10th to the 13th one hike each day with one day of camping in between. For Kjerag I will say is a though hike but not as long, you have to go up and down and there are chains... More